FAQs by Students About Classes Next Week

To: Students

From: Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr., Provost and Senior VP for Academic Affairs

To all students,

As you all know, we made the decision this week to suspend in-person classes at SJSU to give our faculty and staff time to move to more remote instructional approaches. This obviously raises a lot of questions. What you find below, is a list of what we believe have been the most frequently asked questions from students about this transition.

We are working incredibly hard to make these changes to our learning environment as smooth as possible. Please let us know if you have questions that go beyond the list compiled below (email provost@sjsu.edu). We will update the list and post it online so that students can refer to it over the next several weeks (go to SJSU Health Advisories website for updates).

As the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, I want you to know that the entire SJSU faculty and staff community is committed to the safety and well-being of every student, while maintaining the quality of each student’s education to the best of our ability.

Stay safe in this time of dynamic change.


Vincent J. Del Casino Jr., Ph.D.
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Professor, Urban and Regional Planning

Frequently Asked Questions by Students About Classes

Updated: March 12, 2020